Amid all the furor over the Mueller indictment and not-guilty plea by Manafort yesterday, equally important news was lost on many folks.
But we think it’s far more valuable news, if only because justice is being served in an expeditious fashion.
Over the weekend, US special forces apprehended a top-level organizer of the attacks on the American consulate in Benghazi which left four Americans dead, including one ambassador.
The raid was specifically authorized by President Trump, and the combatant is being expedited to the US in a couple days.
Though his identity is yet unknown, it’s encouraging to know the battle for justice is still ongoing.
Here’s more from Redstate…
The search for those responsible for the September 11, 2012 attack (beyond finding out what Hillary Clinton or the Obama administration knew) has been ongoing, and as of today, a key militant figure in the attack has been captured, thanks to U.S. special operations forces.
ABC News reports:
The commandos captured the man in Libya just before midnight local time on Sunday and are transporting him back to the U.S., the officials said. The suspect is in the custody of the Department of Justice and is expected to arrive within the next two days on a military plane, according to one of the officials. The officials said the mission was approved by President Donald Trump and done in coordination with Libya’s internationally recognized government.
The officials, who weren’t authorized to speak publicly to the matter and demanded anonymity, did not identify the suspect and would not say where exactly he was captured.
During the attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, four Americans were killed: U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, two contract security officers Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty, and State Department information management officer Sean Patrick Smith.